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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NADHIM ALI, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. NADHIM ALI

    NADHIM ALI Member
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    HI FRIENDS

    I am going to buy SONY ERICSSON EXPERIA X10 this weak
    this phone operates with ANDROID OS

    can any.body tell me if i can run and install
    application in the phone MICRO SD ( MEMORYCARD ) ?

    AND HOW ABOUT THE OS VERSION
    IS IT 2.0 ANDROID ?
    please i need answers

    THANKS
     

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  2. uultramann

    uultramann New Member
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    I received mine today (the T-Mobile US version). It is pretty cool. Regarding the OS, it's android 1.6, but the Rachael UX (Timescape/Mediascape) make up for that with a cool interface. I've read that 2.0+ is coming soon, but I can't see much changing beyond more app compatibility. What I really want is for someone to root the phone so that I can overclock the processor and get the most of out that Snapdragon.
     
  3. vietnamlover

    vietnamlover Active Member
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    Can you describe the pros & cons of this phone. I need user reviews. thanks
     
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  4. NADHIM ALI

    NADHIM ALI Member
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    THANKS

    have you tried any software yet ?
    can you use the MICRO SD for storing APPS ?
     
  5. gastr

    gastr Active Member
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    i don't have one of these devices, but i know that you won't be able to store apps on the SD card. Google haven't implemented that as a feature yet due to concerns about piracy of apps. they said they plan to fix it, it's a matter of them implementing some sort of encryption.

    can't remember where i read that, in an interview with Eric Schmidt i think, on engadget.

    so, short answer is "no" i'm afraid!

    what you want is a device with some hefty internal storage, like the Samsung Galaxy. i'm not saying i recommend the Galaxy, but i can say that you won't have this problem with it. the X10 has 1GB storage, which is better than most devices, but the Galaxy has 8GB. i think it's a cost-saving measure that most manufacturers don't include much internal storage.
     
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